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Ford to introduce the F-150 Lightning EV on May 19

Ford Motor Co. has announced plans to reveal its highly anticipated battery-electric pickup called the F-150 Lightning. The new EV will be introduced to the world at Ford’s world headquarters in Dearborn, Mich., on May 19. The F-150 Lightning will make its grand debut on a live broadcast on Ford’s social media channels and will […]
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General Motors CEO Mary Barra’s pay increased to $23.7M in 2020

General Motors CEO Mary Barra experienced a pay raise in 2020. Barra remained the highest-paid CEO of the major Detroit automakers last year, earning...

GM and LG Chem choose Tennessee to enhance battery production leadership

GM and LG Chem announced Friday plans to build a $2.3 billion battery production facility in Spring Hill, Tennessee. This facility, the second in...

How car dealers are adjusting to Volvo’s electric future – Ernie Norcross, Chairman of the Volvo Retail Advisory Board

Volvo recently announced plans to go “fully electric” with sales moving entirely online by 2030. Many Volvo car dealers are concerned about how this...

Allyson Witherspoon, CMO of Nissan USA, on launching 10 new models and marketing in 2021

Today on CBT News, host Jim Fitzpatrick is joined by Allyson Witherspoon. Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Nissan USA. Witherspoon joins the...

Ford’s Andrew Ashman discusses the value of revamping the CPO buying journey

Today on CBT News, Andrew Ashman joins the show to discuss the importance of the used-vehicle market. Ashman serves as the U.S. Used Vehicle...

Hyundai, Kia declare Apple car partnership off the table

After several reports linked Hyundai Motor Co as a manufacturing partner for the Apple car project, the company has now said it isn’t in...

FCA, PSA Group shareholders approve merger to form ‘Stellantis’

An early-morning meeting for PSA Group shareholders on Monday has resulted in an overwhelming majority vote to merge with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. With 99.85% support,...
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